This will not be data oriented but more geared towards what should happen so that this won't repeat.
Infographic – Rough Draft
How to Avoid Another “Ferguson”
Deescalate: Police officers need to always deescalate a situation
Respect: Police should always respect the citizens they serve and protect, just as they want to be respected
Non Bias: The percentage of a police force race should always be at least half to equal to the percentage of the community’s majority race they serve and protect
Of the people: The police officers should participate/live in the community he/she serves and be well known
Accountability: Police should have personal video recording devices on their body to document every situation they encounter
Non-lethal: All police officers should be required to have non-lethal options of self-defense (pepper spray, batons, taser), and should be required to use these before using lethal force against an unarmed citizen.
Right to run: Require police officers to allow a fleeing felon to continue and flee unless there is probable cause to believe he or she will inflict deadly force or cause serious bodily injury to another if not apprehended.
Stay calm: Don't run. Don't argue, resist or obstruct the police, even if you are innocent or police are violating your rights. Keep your hands where police can see them.
Ask if you are free to leave: If the officer says yes, calmly and silently walk away. If you are under arrest, you have a right to know why.
You have the right to remain silent and cannot be punished for refusing to answer questions. If you wish to remain silent, tell the officer out loud. In some states, you must give your name if asked to identify yourself.
You do not have to consent to a search of yourself or your belongings, but police may "pat down" your clothing if they suspect a weapon. You should not physically resist, but you have the right to refuse consent for any further search. If you do consent, it can affect you later in court.